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  1. When this coronavirus is over and life returns to what we call normal, may we never, ever take for granted again..... A handshake or a kind word from a stranger A hug from a friend Worshipping with other believers in a crowded church service A boring night at home Full shelves at the grocery store A Friday night out with the wife or husband at your favorite restaurant Looking for a parking space at your kid's ballgame Coffee with a long-time friend Kisses on the cheek by your grandchild Conversations with neighbors Long walks
  2. Thank you for coming to Our Holy Church. A church that exists because of you and people like you. As the name says, it's "Our" Holy Church instead of a church run by a person Our Holy Church is run by its community. Our Holy Church is a completely non-profit community. Anything Our Holy Church receives is donated by the community for the community.
  3. Col. 2:11-15 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- And you, being dead in your sins and the uncircumcision of your flesh, hath he quickened together with him, having forgiven you all trespasses (Colossians 2:13 KJV) You have negotiated a contract. All parties are happy with the terms. The check is written. You are given title. The deed is conveyed to your name. The deal is done. And the good news is that you are not in debt. You have free and clear title to the item you purchased. It is a good feeling. Paul continues to teach ab
  4. Thank you for coming to Our Holy Church. A church that exists because of you and people like you. As the name says, it's "Our" Holy Church instead of a church run by a person Our Holy Church is run by its community. Our Holy Church is a completely non-profit community. Anything Our Holy Church receives is donated by the community for the community. Scheduling So you may be wondering how to schedule a consultation with the minister. It's very easy and requires you to simply open a New Support Request which sends the minister a message with your information to contact based on
  5. The simple answer is yes Michigan Marriage Code Michigan law states that a "minister of the gospel" may officiate at weddings. The language used may give the impression that the right is restricted to clergy of a specific religion, but it's actually just an older phrasing than most states use today - ministers of any religion are afforded equal rights in Michigan. Any clergyperson authorized by his or her religious organization to solemnize marriages may perform weddings in Michigan. This includes ministers who have become a minister by getting ordained online. In Michigan, individua
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